The Moral Test

“The moral test of government is how that government treats those who are in the dawn of life; the children, those who are in the...

The Olbermann File

I have been trying for a week now to sort out just how I feel about this Keith Olbermann matter and I keep coming back to one question:...

Juan Williams

I confess that I’m not at all sure how I feel about the sacking by National Public Radio (NPR) of long-time analyst and historian of the...

Ed Newman

You wonder if a guy as gifted and rumpled as Edwin Newman could find a job in television these days. He might be considered too erudite,...

Whatever Happened To…

I confess that I hadn’t been following all that closely the controversy in New York City over the proposed construction of a Muslim...

Dan Schorr

Truth be told, I do miss it, but what I miss is so long gone as to be an historic relic. The TV news of CBS from the 1950’s to the 1970’s...

Who Was This Pulitzer

The Pulitzer Prizes were announced yesterday. The awards are an annual and much anticipated part of modern journalism, literature,...

News You May Have Missed

W. Horace Carter was hardly a household name. He should have been, at least for journalists and civil libertarians. Carter won the...